18ct gold, set with diamonds, yellow and green sapphires, pale yellow and crystal beryl and pearls. Commissioned for the Queen's Golden Jubilee by Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum. Designed and made by Malcolm Morris, 2002. (height 239mm)
Separate bodice and skirt in broad striped plain and watered cream silk trimmed with lace and artificial flowers. Train falling from left shoulder. Worn at St Laurence, Bourton, 20th February 1883. (length 1513mm)
Cream satin with bead decoration and button fastening. Possibly worn for a wedding, about 1900-1910.
Cream silk decorated with an embroidered and appliquéd spray of flowers and leaves on one side and a wreath on the other. 1830-1840. (140 x 150mm)
White pastes in a pinchbeck setting. Designed with a flower 'trembler' at the pinnacle. Around 1800-1820. (70 x 180mm)
French or Italian with a central motif of a peacock displaying its fanned tail, flanked by flower and leaf sprays. Contains turquoises and multi-coloured pastes in a pinchbeck setting. From about 1810-1820. (60 x 184mm)
Earrings and necklace
Earrings probably Spanish, with white and citrine-coloured pastes in a silver setting. Around 1760. (60 x 50mm). Necklace is a single row of 59 white and multi-coloured rose-cut pastes in a gilded silver setting. English, around 1800. (length 493mm)
1984.1046 and 1984.1947
Faceted white and cabochon-cut opaline pastes in a silver setting. The rich opalescent effect is achieved through setting the milky-white glass against rose-coloured foil. English or French. 1770-1810. (68 x 44mm)
White kid with blue lace inserts. About 1870-1880.
Ivory sticks and guards with pierced decoration featuring Chinese men, pagodas, boats, insects and, on the guards, dragons. Around 1800-1850. (length 190mm)